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Never Forget That Hard Work is a Scam
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Every great achievement requires hard work, but not all hard work results in a great achievement.

When I was around 20 years old, I was heavily criticized for my lack of work ethic. I can see why. I was lazy and weak. But the people criticizing me were too lost in the other direction - they were working too hard at positions leading to a dead end. They were obsessed with doing it right. Waking up early, going on time...etc. For what? Honestly, for nothing.

Once I got older, I started to routinely laugh at motivated women at the office. They were leaving 2-3 hours late almost every day. I know two crazies that stood up until 2 a.m. once. 

Once again I ask - for what? The answer is still the same. 

They work for ungrateful bosses and leave after a few years - frustrated, burned out and more retarded than ever. By the way, seeing women spend their best child bearing years slaving to a pointless job is saddening. 

So, whenever the elite tries to make you feel bad that you are not working hard enough, they actually mean that you are not slaving hard enough for them. 

That does not mean that you can achieve your goals without working hard. But hard work is not the most difficult part. Creating a context where your hard work matters is.
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(01-23-2019, 01:55 PM)TruthSeeker Wrote: Every great achievement requires hard work, but not all hard work results in a great achievement.

When I was around 20 years old, I was heavily criticized for my lack of work ethic. I can see why. I was lazy and weak. But the people criticizing me were too lost in the other direction - they were working too hard at positions leading to a dead end. They were obsessed with doing it right. Waking up early, going on time...etc. For what? Honestly, for nothing.

Once I got older, I started to routinely laugh at motivated women at the office. They were leaving 2-3 hours late almost every day. I know two crazies that stood up until 2 a.m. once. 

Once again I ask - for what? The answer is still the same. 

They work for ungrateful bosses and leave after a few years - frustrated, burned out and more retarded than ever. By the way, seeing women spend their best child bearing years slaving to a pointless job is saddening. 

So, whenever the elite tries to make you feel bad that you are not working hard enough, they actually mean that you are not slaving hard enough for them. 

That does not mean that you can achieve your goals without working hard. But hard work is not the most difficult part. Creating a context where your hard work matters is.

They were more than likely frustrated by not having had children yet while getting no fulfillment from their careers as promised. Thats feminism to blame not essentially the hard work.
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(01-23-2019, 03:25 PM)Brett Wrote:
(01-23-2019, 01:55 PM)TruthSeeker Wrote: Every great achievement requires hard work, but not all hard work results in a great achievement.

When I was around 20 years old, I was heavily criticized for my lack of work ethic. I can see why. I was lazy and weak. But the people criticizing me were too lost in the other direction - they were working too hard at positions leading to a dead end. They were obsessed with doing it right. Waking up early, going on time...etc. For what? Honestly, for nothing.

Once I got older, I started to routinely laugh at motivated women at the office. They were leaving 2-3 hours late almost every day. I know two crazies that stood up until 2 a.m. once. 

Once again I ask - for what? The answer is still the same. 

They work for ungrateful bosses and leave after a few years - frustrated, burned out and more retarded than ever. By the way, seeing women spend their best child bearing years slaving to a pointless job is saddening. 

So, whenever the elite tries to make you feel bad that you are not working hard enough, they actually mean that you are not slaving hard enough for them. 

That does not mean that you can achieve your goals without working hard. But hard work is not the most difficult part. Creating a context where your hard work matters is.

They were more than likely frustrated by not having had children yet while getting no fulfillment from their careers as promised. Thats feminism to blame not essentially the hard work.

Doesn't matter. Their work was still pointless and for nothing.
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#4
yes people call me lazy at work because I SAID let do what we got to do and go . funny thing is I kind make everyone work less in that job . I don't care what the mangers say I just laugh.
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#5
I am slacking at my job whenever I can - I work just enough to get no complaint or get fired
Why should you strain yourself and screw your health and life if you don't have any more benefits from it - I didn't received bonus or promotion whey I was busting my ass at work
Work hard on yourself, for your loved ones and for your own projects - don't waste your life for some rich scumbag, to them you are only number on the paper (recently I got fired after 5 years of work like it was nothing - as if I worked there for a few weeks)
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(01-25-2019, 08:09 AM)Navigator Wrote: I am slacking at my job whenever I can - I work just enough to get no complaint or get fired
Why should you strain yourself and screw your health and life if you don't have any more benefits from it - I didn't received  bonus or promotion whey I was busting my ass at work
Work hard on yourself, for your loved ones and for your own projects - don't waste your life for some rich scumbag, to them you are only number on the paper (recently I got fired after 5 years of work like it was nothing - as if I worked there for a few weeks)

My father told me something that I will never forget, he said "always pay yourself first".
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#7
all work is pointless really let be honest
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#8
Here's one from Manny Pacquiao.

Apparently to be a world champion boxer you just need to work hard enough. Genetics and opportunities are just just obstacles to overcome.

https://m.facebook.com/MannyPacquiao/pho...&source=48
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